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[ bleep ]. >> this at a local school, students calling it fight week. good evening i'm jackelyn london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. the top story tracking snow that could make a mess of the morning commute. it's mostly on the first alert radar but will switch over to snow at the worst possible time. >> pen dot already primed the expressways. >> pin dot says it is monitoring the forecast closely. it's bring in first alert meteorologist to tell us what we can expect, sheena. >> the rain to turnover to snow tonight while many of you are sleeping so many of you won't see the change but notice it when you wakeup. we have the rain around for new jersey and delaware and the philadelphia area. this is rain. we are getting some reports of a little sleep mixed in at the moment but the changeover isn't happening yet. delaware and new jersey mostly light rain with some moderate showers embedded but as we go
overnight tonight, the snow will be occurring and changing in the area. so winter weather advisory through the philadelphia area, new jersey and delaware because we expect that snow and it will be around for part of the morning commute for the area, too. so that is going to be very important come tomorrow morning. temperature-wise right now, it is not cold enough for snow to be falling, especially when you go higher up in the atmosphere but it will get cold enough. right now we're in the 40s but the numbers will drop into the 30s. take a look at future weather here. now we're looking at 2:00 in the morning. rain changing to snow. temperatures dropping into the 30s. 4:00 in the morning now in the mid to low 30s. you see the snow cover south jersey and delaware and philadelphia, 5:00 a.m. dealing with snow and 7:00 a.m. dealing with snow and the locally higher amounts, more than 4 inches in parts of new jersey and delaware. two to four inches here in the white shaded areas. closer to philadelphia one to two and areas farther north and west up to an inch there. with the impacts for the morning
commute, mainly grassy accumulations, low visibility and especially for much of south jersey, wet snow with low visibility and some of this if heavy enough will stick to the roads. we'll talk more about this and get into more detail coming up. >> tomorrow we're waking up extra early to help you through what could be a messy commute. we have weather updates throughout the night and we'll start at 3:30 a.m. with up to the weather and traffic plus any school closings ordeal lays. >> you can get a personalized message when your school makes a decision just sign up for school closing alerts on the nbc 10 app and live radar and the first alert forecast. now to an nbc 10 exclusive. sky force ten, the only witness as this police chase ended with a crash and a splash. >> a robbery suspect plunged into a creek and police say his stolen loot helped them track his every move. nbc 10 george spencer is live with the story, george?
>> reporter: jackelyn, the tracking software inside the cell phone this guy stole is what allowed police to zero in on his location. this is where he ended up crashed into this small neighborhood creek more than 26 miles from his initial gunpoint robbery. u(q'e fast enough to capture this, 100 mile an hour plus chase first on the region's busiest highway and darting past drivers on small neighborhood streets, a violent cell phone thief on the run through two states until this crash at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. >> i saw a car speed past and then i saw a police car right on him. >> reporter: dawson was the first neighbor out of her house that began at this south philly verizon store where a man burst in with a gun around 8:00, tied up employees, customers, stole cell phones and took off.
>> guy with a mask walks in and pull as gun out. give us all the phones, lied us up. >> reporter: as the robber fled first on i-76, then 95 he didn't know his stolen loot, those cell phones were pinpointing his every move. sky force 10 captured the crash from overhead and then the arriving ambulances. this is what neighbors saw on the ground, the jeep suv badly damaged, finally with nowhere to go. >> john told us to go back in the house. they said they had guns drawn, go back in the house, lock your doors. >> reporter: but as neighbors rushed inside sky force 10 was still watching as authorities removed the driver from the car, placed him on a stretcher and then rushed him to the hospital. right now back to live pictures on the ground where the tow truck has just arrived to try and pull this car out of the neighborhood creek where it ended up, we do not know the extent of the man's injuries. no officers were involved again
in this 26-mile chase. none of them were injured, but a number of agencies involved, as you imagine from philly to new castle county. we're live tonight in wilming n wilmington, i'm george spencer. we're following breaking news from delaware county. police are looking for the person that shot a man. sky force 10 over that scene. the victim is now at the hospital. no word on his condition. >> the shooting involving police in philadelphia tonight, an officer fired at a car full of suspects after the driver allegedly dried to run over the officer's partner. those officers had been following the car before it stopped in feltonville. no one was shot but one suspect was shocked with a taser. three people were arrested. girls and boys duking it out in school hallways. tonight, students are calling it
tight week. >> they are boosting security and trying to address the rumors. andrea kline thomas reports. >> reporter: nbc 10 obtained this video scrubbed from social media, one of a hand full posted under the hashtag abing ton fight week. this shows boys in an all out brawl, one student throws another on the floor and kicks him repeatedly before being tackled by an officer. >> it's very disturbing because you think these kids are going to school to learn and never heard of this happening at abington high school. >> reporter: according to the district, there have been five fights at the high school over the last few days. videos have shown males and females involved. in one instance, a school resource officer was punched. >> you don't want any of this non-sense to be spreading to neighborhoods. >> reporter: district leaders refused an on camera interview and staff referred us to a
letter online and said the fights are being investigated and each incident started outside of school. >> so if this is a thing, then i would hope that the police departments would work with the school districts and be there ahead of time. >> reporter: in response there was more security on campus today as the district continues to address parent's concerns and rumors. in a letter the superintendent said today at the high school was quiet, but the investigation into the fight is on going, and the students involved could be expelled from school. they could also face criminal charges. reporting live in abington. now to decision 2016 and the clash between the last democrats standing. hillary clinton and bernie sanders met for the first one on one debate and things got personal. nbc 10 national correspondent steve handlesman reports from durham, new hampshire. >> reporter: two democrats, two strategies. >> senator sanders and i share
very big progressive goals. >> reporter: hillary clinton emphasized similarities to bernie sanders out polling her in new hampshire by 20 points. >> millions of americans are giving up on the political process. >> reporter: sanders is pushing huge changes. >> and a rigged economy, create an economy that works for all. >> reporter: and the influence of big money and get universal health care he says. clinton said sanders knows he can't do that. >> i'm fighting for people who cannot wait for those changes and i'm not making promises that i cannot keep. >> reporter: it got nasty fast. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pact, whose not raising huge sums of money. >> reporter: unlike clinton sanders said. >> being part of the establishment is in the last quarter having the super pact that raised $15 million from wall street. >> if you've got something to say, say it directly but you
will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. >> the democratic insider versus the democratic rebel. and clinton complained only bernie sanders would say a woman running for president exem exemplifies the establishment. >> count on nbc 10 for your coverage. george spencer will report live from the primary starting sunday at 11:00 p.m. new at 11:00, philadelphia mayor jim kenney is not endorsing congressman. instead kenny is throwing support behind pennsylvania state representative dwight evans. the trial is set for may. the congressman is married to rene. she is on leave from the station. governor tom wolf says he
wants a $60 million boost to state subsidize pre-k programs in pennsylvania next year. it will be part of the budget proposal he delivers next week that would increase the current pre-k subsidy by one-third. pennsylvania doesn't have a budget in place for this fiscal year. meek mill is set to be sentenced tomorrow on a parole violation. the rapper addressed his possible jail time when he visited students today. he talked to the kids about the importance of hard work. meek mill was on probation for a 2008 drug and gun possession conviction but a judge ruled he violated his probation several times. this was the scene of a deadly bus crash in coumberland county. that driver larry waller died at the scene. the bus driver and four students were treated for minor injuries. >> the music world is mourning
the loss of another star. maurice white, the founder and leader of earth, wind and fire has died. ♪ ♪ >> the bands many hits include "september" and more. earth wind and fire won six grammys and the group is in the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. maurice white was 74 years old. >> how someone abandoned a $63 million prize. also, crime at church, how a thief targeted a local house of worship. the n brks krrkbc 10 intera you need to see showing gun crimes where you live. how law enforcement officials are tracing illegal guns in your area hoping to eliminate and how you can access this map where you live. and the rain that you see now is going to change over to
this surveillance video shows a woman who may have been involved in burglarizing a philadelphia church. now police want to talk to her. this video is from martha church on academy road in the northeast. the woman checked several of the church's doors before finding one that's unlocked $1200 was taken. today the nbc 10 investigators took you undercover to witness illegal guns being sold over our area. >> the story comes closer to home, a chance for you to see the gun crimes happening on your street. nbc 10's keith jones shows us how. >> we mapped out every single firearms crime. more than 19,000 of them to show you here on this map and we can get right down to your street. for instance, zoom in on this interactive map city hall is
right here, logan circle is here, there are plenty of firearms crimes to show you but when you compare with north philadelphia, i'll pick out random neighborhoods and it appears there is an incident on every street and street corner. law enforcement officials tell us a big part of the problem, illegal guns and getting them off the streets. michael hagan isn't giving up. nailing poster after poster. >> we're not giving up. >> reporter: hoping to catch the person that killed his son in 2012. his case isn't unique in philly but now atf agents are going undercover. >> we're going at the achilles heel of the criminal, matching shell casings left at a scene. >> reporter: special agent admits it's a challenge. in 2014 the feds recovered almost 9,000 guns, one-third found in philly. >> every gun has a story, and what we do with our tracing efforts is to get at the
original sale of the gun and follow the life of that gun and how it wound up at a particular crime scene or how it ends up in the hands of a criminal. >> you can check the firearms crimes in your neighborhood on the map available at nbc10.com. school down to this just in. click on mapping philly's gun violence and it's right there at your fingertips. keith jones, nbc 10 news. in camden tonight, a march for peace rally called for an end to violence. demonstrators started with a vigil. the event was in memory of two murder victims from the same family. one was killed in 2012 and his nephew in 2014. new mural in honor of black history month is on display at the delaware art museum. tonight the wilmington museum revealed the mural inspired by aaron douglas. local high schoolers recited the mural as part of a project to expose them to meaningful art
education. new help for immigrants in philadelphia. mayor jim kenney was among the dig -- dig tarries on hand. it gives a place to grow ideas and develop their businesses. tonight a pennsylvania lawmaker is fighting what he calls a crisis facing local youth. representative w curtis thomas invited parents to a behavioral health town hall at temple university that promotes solutions other than calling 911 when young people act disruptively but not criminally. a lawsuit is brewing over an unclimbed lottery ticket. the $63 million ticket was sold at this 7 eleven store in august. since the 180-day deadline passed, the money is forfeited. a man says he turned in the winning ticket. lottery officials say it was too damaged to verify. we are betting that tomorrow morning could be messy. a lot of activity, sheena.
>> we're watching for the rain behind me to change for snow and will be around for the morning commute. the radar, no snow yet but will get here overnight tonight when temperatures get cold enough. right now we are not cold enough so we have the light rain through much of the delaware up through the philadelphia area, new jersey has been cover in light rain for quite awhile now and it is moving into philadelphia and even some of our suburbs north and west like chester county heading towards montgomery and trenton and this is i think the first area that will start to see the change over to snow along the i-95 corridor quickly spreading into south jersey and delaware and this is the area we have the bin winter weather advisory. this will run until noon tomorrow. that snow will be forming overnight. so first alert weather, overnight tonight into tomorrow morning, rain changes to snow and the biggest impacts will be around the philadelphia area, new jersey and along the jersey shore, parts of delaware, too.
for the morning rush, we will see wet snow in the area and low visibility and i think slippery roadways as the temperatures start to drop. temperatures not cold enough to support snow just yet. we're in the 40s. 39 and later on tonight, we will get cold enough. this is future weather. take a look as we go through the next few hours, very fast changeover from rain to snow by 2:00 in the morning, temperatures in the 30s. you see the snow really starting to spread through parts of montgomery, mercer county, the i-95, new jersey and delaware. the darker purple, that's where we can have heavy wet snow that would be lowering visibility and if enough falls at once, it would be accumulating on some paved surfaces. at this point, we would be dealing with a lot of issues on the road way because we're looking at 6:00 a.m. low visibility and everyone will seeing the snow falling by 6:00 a.m. not if you're in the extreme parts of lee high valley and
delaware by 8:00 a.m. starting to taper off in philadelphia but still continuing in new jersey. by 9:00 a.m., slowly starting to move out by 10:00 a.m. we see improvements and then through the afternoon, we see developing sunshine with temperatures right around 40 degrees. so here at the totals, two to four for new jersey, one to two in philadelphia up to about an inch farther north and west but here is what to expect with the rain to wet snow for interior new jersey. the wet snow between 3:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., low visibility and slick roads and if you're right along the shore, we could have isolated areas over four inches. the wet snow between 3:00 and 9: ocho 00 in the morning. slippery roads and you may want to hold off on the morning commute until it does start to taper off. tonight, the rain changing to snow. overnight temperatures dropping near freezing and accumulating on grassy surfaces. early wet snow tomorrow morning then we'll be clearing temperatures in the mid to low 40s by the afternoon. we go into the weekend and we'll be around 50 degrees but dry and
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look at peter not liking this. scott, dwayne simmons here. 3-1 flyers. still in the second period. jake bo jake, two goals tonight. third period, wayne simmons gets the second of the game on the power play. wayne with six goals over the last four games, flyers win 6-3 that is three straight wins. on to the eagles, does demarco murray want to stay or go and nfl.com hints there could be an issue there. take a look at cowboys' receiver dez bryant. he tweeted come on home to demarco but today, demarco says he wants to stay with the birds. >> i'm signing there for the next four years. i don't know where that story is coming from. a little crazy. every week i feel like there is something new. so it's -- it's a little weird, you know, but i can't worry about what people are saying.
>> he says he's committed. i sat down with the defensive coordinator jim schwartz that will change the d from a 3-4 to a 4-3. jim has a lot of passion and love as blue collar town like philly even when coaching the lions. >> i used to tell our team in detroit when we came here, there is no better place to play in the nfl. you have to embrace the crowd and environment. there is no better place to win. >> on to college hoops, temp trailing tulsa by 12 points with ten minutes left by fight back. down three. four seconds left. from the corner. devin coleman to tie it. big three. sends it to over time. down win. 21 points. look at the assists passes to daniel with the three. owls win 83-79. ties john chaney for most wins ever by a big five coach and drexel loses. the dragons 3-19.
a night of spells in bucks county tonight. the bookshelf hosted "harry potter" book night celebrated around the world. they enjoy potter theme games, readings and a potion's corner and a trivia challenge. >> no real spill to cast to get rid of tomorrow morning's forecast. >> winter is coming back. whether you like it or not, it will be here. some of you are going to sleep with rain but look what will happen overnight tonight. this is future weather here by about 2:00 a.m., rain changes over to snow. look at the temperatures now dropping into the 30s. this is snow across most of the area by 3:00 a.m. especially new jersey and delaware. this is 4:00 in the morning now. change, everyone in the picture with the blue should be seeing snow and we go into 6:00 in the
morning, even up through parts of montgomery, allen town possibly seeing a bit and philadelphia, new jersey and delaware, snow for the morning commute. we'll be here keeping you updated. >> i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. have a good night. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable.